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Jul
30
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ReThink Energy Florida Energy Camp @ Leon County Extension Office
Jul 30 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

It is designed to teach children the impact of fossil fuel usage, the options of renewable energy, and the fundamental skills that will be required to downsize our energy use and environmental impact. It accepts children of rising grades 3-6. Cost to participants is $150, but is offered on a sliding scale so that no child will turned away!! Because of the money raised by our Energy Ball, last year we were able to provide 19 full and partial scholarships to those children who needed them. No child was turned away, and none will be this year, thanks to another successful Energy Ball!

Learn More & Register Here

More About the Camp

Energy CampEnergy Camp is an annual summer camp designed to teach children the impact of fossil fuel usage, the options of renewable energy, and the fundamental skills that will be required as we downsize our energy use and environmental impact. At Energy Camp children get hands-on experience relating to climate change, the depletion of fossil fuels, and solutions!

During Energy Camp I campers get to make their own solar ovens and a solar bug. The energy campers also will learn about fixing bikes and growing food! During Energy Camp II they get hands-on experience with other forms of Renewable Energy. We also will be exploring the relationship between food and energy in-depth, and kids will be finding out what to do about it in their own backyard!

Energy Campers learn how they can make a difference in a big way; and even make their own personal plan for how they plan to do so in the future. Energy Camp results in a real impact on the carbon footprint for attendees!

Lake Ella Growers’ Market @ Lake Ella
Jul 30 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Lake Ella Growers’ Market is a Wednesday afternoon market that features locally grown produce, honey, fresh-baked breads, cheeses, and soaps. What makes it unique is that all foods offered here are grown by the farmers here in the Tallahassee area.

Flappers, Fellas, and Fondue @ The Melting Pot
Jul 30 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Melting Pot - Ladies Night event

Step back in time and celebrate the Roaring 20s with a special three-course fondue dinner and specially crafted cocktails! Dress in your 1920s finest: feather headbands and fedoras! The special three-course Flappers, Fellas & Fondue menu features choice of salad, choice of entree and choice of chocolate fondue for $19.20 per person.

Call (850) 386-7440 today to book your reservation. Dressing up is encouraged, but completely optional!

Wine Down Wednesdays @ Nefetari's
Jul 30 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
This is a repeating event on Monday’s.  Please call (850) 210 – 0548 when you plan to go to confirm there has been no interruption to the normal event schedule.  
Designed with wine enthusiasts in mind, enjoy $2 samples every Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. This event includes wine tasting, dessert tasting and delightful conversation, all within a relaxing atmosphere. Once you get past Wednesday, the weekend is right over the horizon.

Face Painting at Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint @ Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint
Jul 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Do you love Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint?  There’s even more to love about it on Wednesday evenings now!  FairyDust Faces will be painting all the smiling children at Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint at Mahan.  The fun starts at 6pm.  Come on out and get some yum and happy all in the same place!

 

 

Sparkles the Clown at Los Amigos Kids Eat Free Night @ Los Amigos
Jul 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

On Wednesday nights Los Amigos offers their Kids Eat Free special and BJ’s Party House brings kid friendly entertainment for all too, by Sparkles the Clown.

Want more Kids Eat Free deals happening daily in town?  Bookmark our Kids Eat Free page, and please share with friends!

Clogging by the Mountain Dews @ Jackson Lodge
Jul 30 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Clogging by the Mountain Dews @ Jackson Lodge  | Tallahassee | Florida | United States
This is a repeating event.  Please call 850-339-1561 when you plan to go to confirm there’s no interruption to the normal schedule.  

 

 

Beginner and Intermediate clogging classes.

Zumba Fitness Classes @ Fort Braden Community Center (Hwy 20)
Jul 30 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
zumba1Come and join the party! Zumba fuses fitness, dance, and fun into an exhilarating dance-party workout.
Free Salsa Dancing Lessons @ Morelia's Mexican
Jul 30 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

 

Morelia's Salsa DanceCome join us at Morelia’s from 7 – 9 pm for some great salsa dancing. FREE lessons are offered every Wednesday courtesy of the Tallahassee Salsa Dancers.
Jul
31
Thu
ReThink Energy Florida Energy Camp @ Leon County Extension Office
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

It is designed to teach children the impact of fossil fuel usage, the options of renewable energy, and the fundamental skills that will be required to downsize our energy use and environmental impact. It accepts children of rising grades 3-6. Cost to participants is $150, but is offered on a sliding scale so that no child will turned away!! Because of the money raised by our Energy Ball, last year we were able to provide 19 full and partial scholarships to those children who needed them. No child was turned away, and none will be this year, thanks to another successful Energy Ball!

Learn More & Register Here

More About the Camp

Energy CampEnergy Camp is an annual summer camp designed to teach children the impact of fossil fuel usage, the options of renewable energy, and the fundamental skills that will be required as we downsize our energy use and environmental impact. At Energy Camp children get hands-on experience relating to climate change, the depletion of fossil fuels, and solutions!

During Energy Camp I campers get to make their own solar ovens and a solar bug. The energy campers also will learn about fixing bikes and growing food! During Energy Camp II they get hands-on experience with other forms of Renewable Energy. We also will be exploring the relationship between food and energy in-depth, and kids will be finding out what to do about it in their own backyard!

Energy Campers learn how they can make a difference in a big way; and even make their own personal plan for how they plan to do so in the future. Energy Camp results in a real impact on the carbon footprint for attendees!

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